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Thread: What Pet Would you like to adopt?

  1. #11
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    Jul 2009


    a flying snake or a really tiny horse.

    oh i just remembered i like those steppe piggies, they look like a disformed zebra but imagine riding them trough town. Or a pink llama or something.  062

  2. #12


    My friend recently found a dog whose owner he couldn't find. Now this dog lives with him and he suggested that I take it to my house. I know that adopting a dog is a big responsibility and I'm thinking about it now. So far I'm reading more information about how to properly care for a dog on such portals as World Pet Express , there are many useful blog articles. I think that I will probably agree to adopt a dog because I have been dreaming about it for a long time, but I doubt whether I will have enough time for it when the quarantine is over and I need to return to work.

  3. #13


    I believe that dogs are the best option!

  4. #14
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    Jul 2020


    I have a cat but I would really love to adopt a dog. I don't want a puppy I want a grown up dog that can make my life happier and to whom I can give a good life too. Plus I live in house in Larnaca and I love to go for a walk every morning and every evening, dog could make me a good company.
    Last edited by Lizon; 26-08-20 at 03:15 PM.

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Mar 2020


    i want to have a cat

  6. #16
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    Apr 2020


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